I’m an assistant professor at Princeton University, in the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and the Ludwig Princeton Branch.

Previously, I completed a combined MD/PhD at the University of British Columbia. My research, with Leonard Foster, focused on developing new computational methods to interpret mass spectrometry-based proteomic and metabolomic datasets. I also spent time at EPFL, applying single-cell and spatial transcriptomics to study spinal cord injury with Gregoire Courtine.

Before that, I earned a Bachelors of Arts & Science from McMaster University. My undergraduate research, with Nathan Magarvey, focused on computational methods for natural product discovery. Some of these methods are now being licensed by Adapsyn Bioscience.

When I’m not in the lab, I’m probably hanging out with my wife and our dog.